I appreciate others such as Leland chiming in because MVW is difficult to explain. To repeat what musicians said after hearing Mike Arnopol's MVW cabs for bass instruments: "There's skeptics and those who've heard it." Duke first mentioned this technology to me several months ago. I did not really grasp it very well with words. Finally the day prior to setup for RMAF I arrived to pickup Dream Maker LCS and saw EH210 for the first time stacked up in Duke's entry hall way. Wow, those are pretty cool, me thinks. Kind of an industrial garage Leave It To Beaver era, retro chic Gestalt. Interesting. If you're old enough, think of furniture in glossy magazines around the time Master Soichiro Honda landed his Honda Super Cub 50 on these shores (while you're at it, you'll not find a more interesting success story than that of Soichiro, who started with better pistons and piston rings, delivered by family members on their bicycles, wrapped in bags in handlebar racks...then his fast growing industry decimated by war, and starting from scratch again...).
The first time you hear MVW you just know, wow, whatever on earth I'm hearing it's unlike anything prior. No matter what you might think you absolutely have no prior paradigm in which to fit these.
I definitely get the feeling, once tested for THD, these will stand atop the pyramid for quite a long time. I wonder if anyone else might agree with this: It's like ultra-low distortion ultra-high output headphones, but with all the more pleasurable effects of listening to speakers properly setup in a well treated room. But it's actually better than that.